A new cybercrime investigation tool has been developed to track cyberattacks that target humans, such as insurance fraud and online matrimonial fraud.
This tool, known as the TTP (tactics, techniques, and procedures)-based cybercrime investigation framework, aids in tracking and categorizing cybercrimes.
It identifies the chain of evidence required to solve a case and maps evidence onto the framework to convict criminals.
The technology can create an approximate crime execution path, suggest a crime path based on user-derived keywords, compare the modus operandi used in different crimes, manage user roles, and track activity for crime paths.
By relying on criminals’ tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), the TTPs-based investigation framework is expected to be highly effective in convicting cybercriminals quickly and precisely.
The developd cybercrime investigation framework and tool are now ready for deployment with law enforcement agencies.
This advancement is expected to make it easier to track and convict cybercriminals, ultimately reducing cybercrime activities in the country